Renewables 2021 global status report

This report released by REN21 Secretariat, shows that governments need to give a much harder push to renewables in all sectors, It advocates for the establishment of renewable shares as key performance indicators for both private and public decision-making processes as well as key measures for progress towards climate and energy goals

The Renewables 2021 Global Status Report is the worldwide reference document for the market, policy, and technology trends in renewable energy for 2020. Crowdsourced from hundreds of contributors from industry, NGOs, governments, and academia across the world, this year’s report raises a fundamental question: what is holding the world back from using the COVID-19 crisis as an opportunity for transformation? REN21’s 2021 report shows that governments need to give a much harder push to renewables in all sectors, and advocates for the establishment of renewable shares as key performance indicators for both private and public decision-making processes as well as key measures for progress towards climate and energy goals. The report advocates for the uptake of renewable energy as key performance indicators for both private and public decision-making processes and key measures for progress towards climate and energy goals.

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